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Logical Operators

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This section contains the detail about Logical operator in PHP.

Logical Operators

Operator is used to perform operation on variable and values. Logical operators perform logical operation which produce Boolean result i.e. True or False.

Given below the some of the main operators of PHP :

OPERATOR NAME EXAMPLE
&& And a=7
b=6
(a< 12 && b> 3) returns true
|| Or a=3
b=9
(x==4 || y==4) returns false
! Not x=3 y=4
!(x==y) returns true

The below example with output given you a clear idea :

Example :

<?php
$a=3;
$b=21;
$c=30;

echo !($a=$b) ? "true\n" : "false\n";
echo "<br/>";
echo !($b>$c) ? "true\n" : "false\n";
echo "<br/>";
echo !($c>$a) ? "true\n" : "false\n";

?>

Output :

false
true
false

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